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New Horizons Wellness Center

Our department consists of therapists, traditional counselor (vacant), tele-psychiatrist and one department secretary.

We conduct mental health evaluations and interventions, which include individual and group therapy, substance abuse therapy, and psychiatric medications.

Hours of Operation

Walk-ins accepted: Monday thru Friday, 8am to 430pm

Behavioral Health Services

Crownpoint: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 8am to 430pm

Thoreau: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 8am to 430pm

Pueblo Pintado: Tuesday, Thursday from 8am to 430pm

After hours for Crisis Intervention through ER

The mission of Crownpoint Service Unit is to provide holistic healthcare with respect & harmony

Our Goals are to provide quality health services with a customer focus, Promote community health, Support tribal development of health care management capacity, Develop human resources potential, Support tribal and community partnership.

The vision of Crownpoint Service Unit is a community partnership dedicated to achieving excellence in healthcare and wellness.

Our Core Values are clear Communication, demonstrate Respect, value Cultural Sensitivity and show compassion.

New Horizon Wellness Center

  • The new horizon Wellness center provides Mental Health, Medical Social Services, Substance Abuse and Traditional Services.
  • The Center is both community based and hospital centered in providing services to the CHCF service unit area, Eastern portion of the reservation.
  • Staffed by qualified Navajo and non-Navajo professionals trained to provide various behavioral health services.
  • NHWC also provides the Native Traditional counseling, consultation and healing services integrated with clinical care.

Mental Health:

  • Individual/group/Family Therapeutic Services
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Information and Referral
  • Psych. Education
  • Structured Placement
  • Co-Occurring Disorder
  • School based Mental Health

Medical Social Work:

  • Psychosocial Assessment and Intervention
  • Case Management
  • Information and Referral
  • Nursing Home Placement Referrals
  • Elderly and Child Protection Coordination
  • Discharge Planning/coordination

Substance Abuse:

  • Intervention Individual/Group
  • Co-Occurring disorder

Navajo Interpretation Program

  • Training and certifying for Navajo language interpreters

Referral Protocol:

Referral for Services accepted for intake/screening.  Referrals should be in writing, stating reason for referral and any feedback needs by referee.  New Horizon Wellness Center will make referrals to local resources if appropriate.


Phone : 505 786-6232 FAX : 505 786-2519